September 6, 2010

Positively "Ashwellian"!



When I saw this cup in Ebay, it was so "Ashwellian"...I just had to have it!
Luckily, Rachel did not see it herself and try to snipe me! ;}
{she needs another teacup like she needs three eyes...come to think of it,
I don't need another teacup either but...ick! That was so ugly I can't
believe I said it!}



The day was a tad drear, so my light did not capture its true color...
bubblegumalicious pink!





Oh, how I wish it had a matching saucer, but no luck! {no marking whatsoever
on the bottom so no way to try and find a mate} So, I paired it up with a pretty
saucer I just happened to have and they are very happy together!!


Be sure to pop on over to MARTHA'S & TERRI'S for more Teacup Tuesday!





20 comments:

  1. What a great find! The little saucer you married it to is perfect. I love doing that. And I love the new word I learned from you today: bubblegumalicious. I'm sure it will fit into my vocabulary quite nicely.
    Patricia :o)

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  2. That is a gorgeous cup! I have never seen one quite like it...lucky girl...poor Rachel;>)

    I love your header with the pink sand and shells-beauteous! Diana

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  3. What an incredibly elegant tea cup and saucer!! Just gorgeous!!

    Debbie

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  4. What a unique and beautiful cup! I love the detail on it as well as the colors. And I always love gold trim!
    I think the cup looks fab on the saucer you paired it with. Very nice.
    Thank you so much for sharing with us today.
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  5. So sweet! It doesn't matter if it has no saucer of its own.

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  6. What a shame it didn't have its' mate. It is very pretty indeed!

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  7. Love it! I have one that has the "Remember Me" in gold on it that was my great-grandmothers. I didn't know it was Ashwellian... now I have something to look up.

    Have a great one - thanks for sharing! Hugs, SHerry

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  8. Of course you needed another teacup. Everyone needs another tea cup!! You could not pass that one by.

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  9. Hello :) Such a lovely and elegant teacup; you've paired it quite nicely with the pretty dainty rose saucer....perhaps one day when you least expect it you may come across it's matching saucer!

    Wishing you a lovely Tea Tuesday!!

    Warmest hugs, Brenda

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  10. oh my!! this cup is soo blushing lovely....!!!! Lucky girl you are!

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  11. What a beautiful cup...yes, a bubble gum pink cup!

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  12. Oh how I wish I had a whole set! That's stunning. What a find.
    jj

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  13. I always love your posts with their gorgeous photos and your sense of humor . . . . Ashwellian :-)
    This teacup is exquisite! How elegant that it has such a wide band of gold inside too.
    It goes really nicely with your saucer choice to!
    Thank you for the smiles today!!!
    Hugs,
    Lynn

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  14. I hope this is not a double comment, I just love that cup. It is beautiful. Just beautiful! The needle work is also beautiful and I would like to be adding to your give away. Rock of Ages is one of my favorites songs. Blessings, Martha

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  15. That is one gorgeous teacup! LOVE the colour; dreamy! Love how it goes with your little saucer too. And the pink sugar makes it all the more pinkalicious! I am so glad you were able to snatch it up before Rachel!

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  16. Ashwellian - I like that! Very clever and you are so right! The perfect little tea cup!

    Jeanine

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  17. I think that is the prettiest pink cup I have ever seen! And I love that the saucer goes with it without being matchy-matchy. Lovely!
    ~Angela :-)

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  18. That's a very pretty teacup - love that pink color and embossing.

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